Preview The Bicentennial King Vol. 1

This is a preview of "The Bicentennial King", a new import release from the new Millbranch Music label. This limited edition release of 300 copies, which is due mid December 2009, contains an audience recording from Elvis Presley's June 25, 1976 evening show. This concert was released before in 1993 on "One Helluva Night", but this release comes from a newly discovered original tape according to the press release. 


1. Also Sprach Zarathustra
2. See See Rider
3. I Got A Woman / Amen
4. Love Me
5. If You Love Me (Let Me Know)
6. You Gave Me A Mountain
7. All Shook Up
8. Teddy Bear / Don´t Be Cruel
9. And I Love You So
10. Jailhouse Rock
11. Fever
12. America The Beautiful
13. Polk Salad Annie
14. Introductions / Early Morning Rain
15. Introductions / What I´d Say
16. Introductions / Ronnie Tutt Solo
17. Introductions / Jerry Scheff Solo
18. Introductions / Tony Brown Solo
19. Introductions / David Briggs Solo
20. Introductions / Love Letters
21. Introductions / Hail Hail Rock ´n´ Roll
22. Hurt
23. Hurt (2nd Version)
24. Burning Love
25. Happy Birthday To Barbara
26. Funny How Time Slips Away
27. Can´t Help Falling In Love
28. Closing Vamp / Announcement

(Tracklisting corrected December 18, 2009)

Source: Email / Updated: Dec 17, 2009 
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elvis sweden (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 29, 2009report abuse
After listen and compared to the old titel one helluva night.This new one has a great improvment done.Looking forward to theirs next release.Thank you for this one :)
benny scott (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 18, 2009report abuse
I share Natha's thanks to all the people giving such good info about some specific releases !
But in this case, I wonder what Millbrach Music will do, given the fact they announced a wrong trackinglist .Which (correct) concert will be released on this upcoming cd ? Always El.
Natha (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 18, 2009report abuse
RonD, thank you for sharing. I am very much interested in reading about the experiences people had attending a show. Your enthousism is all the more a reason for me to try to lay my hand on this CD. Appreciatingly yours.
Matthias Kuenzer (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 18, 2009report abuse
This is most likely a setlist from 1977. Could be June 2, 1977.
Ciscoking (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 18, 2009report abuse
Yep...wrong tracklisting......this should it be..

Also Sprach Zarathustra
See See Rider
I Got A Woman / Amen
Love Me
If You Love Me (Let Me Know)
You Gave Me A Mountain
All Shook Up
Teddy Bear / Don´t Be Cruel
And I Love You So
Jailhouse Rock
America The Beautiful
Polk Salad Annie
Early Morning Rain
What I´d Say
Ronnie Tutt Solo
Jerry Scheff Solo
Tony Brown Solo
David Briggs Solo
Love Letters
Hail Hail Rock ´n´ Roll
Hurt (2nd Version)
Burning Love
Happy Birthday To Barbara
Funny How Time Slips Away
Can´t Help Falling In Love
Closing Vamp / Announcement
whetherman (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 17, 2009report abuse
I have "One Helluva Night" and this set list most definately ain't it!
RonD (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 17, 2009report abuse
As I stated previously I was at the show. I just read over the song list. Elvis did not perform Unchained Melody "NO WAY" - this is a different show. I'm disappointed as I was really looking forward to having a copy of Elvis' Buffalo Concert in 1976.
RonD (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 17, 2009report abuse
I was at this show along with several friends and it is without doubt one of the best shows Elvis performed. A total riot ensued when he did Jailhouse Rock. Where do I get this one?
Monster (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 17, 2009report abuse
You're right. All us fans out here DO know what to expect from Elvis' Buffalo 76 concert which is why we're surprised to see that this CD is actually advertising the show from Mobile '77 when this tracklist was performed. Elvis didn't perform Unchained Melody or I Really Dont Want To Know in June 1976 so you've either got your publicity wrong or your "newly discovered original tape" is from a different show in a different year to what you claim. Either way it doesn't bode well for this release. Maybe it's just as well you're only pressing 300 copies.
Ciscoking (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 17, 2009report abuse
We have to consider that we are talking about a mid 1976 concert..and for this period the show is really was one of the best shows from one of the better tours from this all in all disappointing concert year....
JLpResLey (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 17, 2009report abuse
I never judge an album or a show by its cover, but that picture has got to be one of worst pictures of Elvis, I really hate it. I´m not familliar with the actual show, but a version of Trilogy in 1976 is really something special.

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